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Entertainment

    Smash Mouth + Blessid Union of Souls with Eve 6

    Thursday, August 11

    7PM

    EARLY BIRD SPECIAL TICKET DISCOUNT AVAILABLE!

    Smash Mouth + Blessid Union of Souls with Eve 6! Grammy Nominated Multi-Platinum!

    Schmitt Island Summer Outdoor Concert Series!

    Get your EARLY BIRD SPECIAL TICKET DISCOUNT by August 4 - Tickets only $20 & $40!
    VIP Reserved Seating Tickets will be available for $45 - VIP tickets include exclusive stage front access, reserved seating, VIP lanyard, one free beer and a Mystique Rocks the River koozie! $50 day of event. General Admission tickets will be available for $25. $30 day of event.

    Open To All Ages!

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      Sammy Llanas

      Friday, August 5

      8PM

      Free Show!

      Formerly of the Bodeans!

      Must be 21 to attend.

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        William Michael Morgan

        Saturday, August 6

        8pm

        Top Hit: "I Met a Girl"

        As a Grammy nominated producer and Executive Vice President of A&R at Warner Music Nashville, you might say that Scott Hendricks qualifies as an expert on country singers. So when he gets excited about someone, it’s worth paying attention. And right now he’s excited about Warner Bros. Records newcomer William Michael Morgan.

        The tall, easy-going, unfailingly polite 22-year-old from Vicksburg, Mississippi, has the look you’d hope for in a young entertainer and the stature to wear a black cowboy hat, a symbol that stands for something in the country music world. And he’s certainly got the chops as an award-winning young performer, who earned recording and publishing deals before turning 20. But for Hendricks, it all comes down to that voice.

        “William Michael Morgan is seriously one of the very best singers I have ever recorded and I have recorded a bunch,” Hendricks said. “Recording a voice typically reveals any and all imperfections. I will never forget the first time we went into the studio and heard William Michael's voice come across the speakers. It was a jaw-dropping experience. I'm anxious for the world to hear what I heard. It truly is a special voice.”

        Country fans will get their introduction to Morgan with “I Met a Girl,” his sweetly romantic debut single. Old and new, fast and slow, steel and piano, the song will give fans exact GPS coordinates of where Morgan is coming from.

        “I like to sing about love. I’m a lover, not a fighter,” Morgan says with a Mississippi lilt in his voice. “I like to write about having a good time. I’m a typical 22 year old.”

        Well, not really. Most folks are still trying to figure themselves out at 22. Morgan knew where he was going from an early age and his parents were always there for him.  In the ninth grade, Morgan put together a band of middle-aged musicians who shared his love of Keith Whitley, Merle Haggard and George Jones.

        “We didn’t really have much of a name for the band, we just loved to get together and play,” Morgan said. “The great thing about finding those guys who were older than me is they all loved the same kind of music I did and we just blended so well. I was lucky enough to have a steel guitar player all those years, and I just fell in love with that sound.”

        The no-name band played honky tonks on the weekends while Morgan worked odd jobs – he was a roofer, a cashier at the Piggly Wiggly – during the week. He began traveling back and forth to Nashville to write by the time he was 16. Morgan moved to town permanently when he was 18.

        “Honestly, I didn’t know how to wash my clothes,” Morgan said. He didn’t have any money to plug into the coin slot anyway. But contacts he built with Managers Joe Carter and Mike Taliaferro along with producer Jimmy Ritchey quickly paid off when he signed a record deal with Warner Music Nashville and a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell at 19.

        These developments exposed him to Music Row, where he learned to expand his musical repertoire and education. He still keeps his ear out for those special songs like the ones by his musical heroes, though, and thinks he’s found one in “I Met a Girl,” co-produced by Hendricks and Ritchey and co-written by Shane McAnally, Trevor Rosen and Sam Hunt.  It’s the kind of song that goes perfectly with that timeless voice of Morgan’s.

        “That was the thing about those older songs by Haggard and Jones: they had those lyrics that really, really hit home. Whether it be a fun up-tempo ‘Working Man Blues’ kind of song or ‘The Cold, Hard Truth.’ Each lyric just hits you at home. I think that’s what I try to do. Whether it be happy or sad, I try to put the most heart into I can.”

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          Courtney Cole & Lindsay Ell

          Friday, August 12

          8pm

          CMT's Rising Stars

          Courtney Cole:

          With a fresh face, bubbly personality and a sound that is equal parts contagious and sassy, Courtney Cole has spent many years crafting her music and creating positive messages in her lyrics that inspire others in their lives.

          At an early age, you could not ignore that Courtney Cole was destined to become a singer … make that a totally dedicated artist, with an infectious charm and upbeat optimism that leaves you feeling better about yourself when you walk away. More than that, Courtney showed all the signs of respecting tradition in all types of music even as she found her own unique way as a song stylist. Some of that comes down to an accident of geography in that she happened to grow up just outside one of America's greatest musical cities.

          "We lived in Mandeville, 24 miles north of New Orleans," she recalls, aglow after finishing a yoga workout near the Nashville cafe where we meet. "My mom used to shop in the French Quarter, and if you're walking around there, you can't not hear music. So I was always dancing as we went all around the city and soaking it all in."

          She was 5 years old when she took her first bow onstage, at a talent show in her church; she and her father lip-synced "I Got You, Babe" together, with Dad dressed as Sonny and Courtney wearing a Cher wig. (Later, they would get into costume again and this time perform the Judds' "Mama, He's Crazy," with her father in skirt and wig and augmenting his figure with a couple of balloons.)

          By age 10, Courtney had begun doing musical theater. She even attended NOCCA (New Orleans Center for Creative Arts), where she continued to appear in productions of Broadway shows, including The Music Man, The Wizard of Oz, several productions of Annie, five productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and her favorite, Little Shop of Horrors.

          But country music remained in her veins.

          "My parents met two-stepping in a country bar," she says. "So I feel like my love of country music started way early on.” she smiles. “Music was always in our lives. I always loved the emotion that is the heart of country music, and I'm a very emotional person. Being able to sing how you feel and put music to it, that’s what I live for!”

          Courtney's love for country drew her to Nashville, where she enrolled in Belmont University. As a commercial voice major, she studied multiple styles of singing, including jazz, classical and of course country. "But whatever I sang, it always came out country," she admits, smiling.

          Although singing was her main focus at Belmont, Courtney also devoted a good amount of time there to writing songs. She had finished her first one, " Begin with Me," during her sophomore year in high school, using a pawnshop guitar and teaching herself chords with a computer program. "I always heard songs in my imagination," she says. "But because everybody at Belmont was really good at songwriting, I would only write secretly on my own. I never played them for anybody because I didn't think they were very good."

          That changed when she found an internship at Black River Entertainment. The publishing company hired Courtney after her graduation. As she rose from publishing assistant to executive assistant and radio coordinator during her five-year run, Courtney learned by listening to the staff writers come up with songs in a studio next to her office.

          "So I started writing after work, from 6 to 10 at night," she says. "Finally I started playing them for the publisher and she actually liked them! That brought me out of my shell and gave me confidence.”

          Along with that confidence, came an audition for a TV show. The world got its first look at Courtney in 2011 on CMT: The Next Superstar. The series documented her talent and followed her pursuit of a country music career while she shared a house with other up-and- comers. A growing fan base began following her through social media. And just as important, after the last episode aired, Courtney was offered a full-time publishing deal. It was a dream come true!

          “To be able to concentrate on music full-time was what I had been working so hard for and to finally get there was amazing! Being in a writing room with some of the songwriters in Nashville that I had admired for so long was surreal.”

          In the midst of songwriting, Courtney has many touring opportunities that have come her way… big ones. Already she has opened across the country for Kip Moore, Granger Smith, Thompson Square, Josh Thompson and Chris Young to name a few. She’s also been singled out as a Spotify Spotlight Artist and tagged by Huffington Post as one of its Country Artists to Watch in 2015!

          Courtney has also recorded an acoustic EP, titled #NoFilter for Spotify and has her first song, “Drunk”, at Itunes, which she wrote with Catt Gravitt, Gerald O'Brien and Shirazi. With the clever lyric, catchy tune, high production quality and Courtney's playful charisma seamlessly threaded together, the music video along with the single hit No. 1 on Taste of Country's Top 10 Countdown within two weeks and debuted at No. 8 on CMT Pure 12 Pack Countdown. It also prompted ShotGun Seat to observe, "Cole achieves the perfect balance of being simultaneously strong and vulnerable, like an early Taylor Swift."

          It's all happening fast … and Courtney, empowered by her desire to make music that inspires her and hopefully inspires others, is taking it all in and thoroughly enjoying the journey. Her next step on this adventure is an opening spot on Miranda Lambert’s “Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars” Tour, launching in September, while also continuing to write and work on new music.

          "I really cherish this time because there is excitement around every turn and I don’t want to take that for granted. I love life and I’m grateful that I get to wake up each morning and create.”

          Lindsey Ell:

          "My dad will tell you that when I was little, the car radio had to be on the country station," Lindsay Ell explains. "If my older brother touched the dial, I would beg him to turn it back. It got to the point that if they were listening to something else, all I had to do was get in the car and they'd automatically flip over to country."

          Coming from a family with deep musical roots, the Stoney Creek Records’ artist started playing piano and guitar at a very early age.  "I learned how to play guitar traveling to country-bluegrass camps with my dad, and knew right from the beginning of my strong passion for country music."      

          Starting on piano at six, guitar at eight and singing in her church youth group at 10 ("the most forgiving audience ever"), The 24-year-old Calgary native was discovered at 13 by BTO and The Guess Who's Randy Bachman ("American Woman," "Takin' Care Of Business"). "Randy learned guitar from master jazz guitarist Lenny Breau, so I dove head-first into this world of blues, jazz and rock guitar – learning all these different solos, switching radio stations and trying to get an idea of where all those techniques come from. I was listening to Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Clapton, Derek Trucks and all those incredible guitar players.”

          Lindsay’s passion and study has served her well, leading to several unique opportunities, including an opening slot with blues icon Buddy Guy; however, her first songwriting trip to Nashville was the catalyst that brought her early affinity for country full-circle. "When I got here, it was like I was home," she says. "I didn't need to put on a facade of who I was or wasn't. And I finally fell back into my roots. Coming to Nashville brought me to who I am and who I'm meant to be. 

          This Fall, Lindsay will embark upon one of her most exciting opportunities to-date: an opening slot on The Band Perry’s We Are Pioneers World Tour encompassing 50 dates throughout Europe and North America and kicking off November 8 in Gothenberg, Sweden. 

          Because it is rare, she knows her six-string prowess is not the only focal point, but an accent to her vision as an artist."There aren't a lot of girls who play electric lead guitar, and it can be a defining thing," she says. First and foremost, I want people to hear me and understand my voice as a country music recording artist. When they come see me, I'd love it if they were impressed at my guitar and piano playing. But by that point, hopefully they understand the artist behind it all has a lot of different sides to her music."

          To get to that point, she knows radio will be key – and she can't wait. “Going out on a radio tour and having the chance to share my music and show people how ready I am is the most exciting step I've made yet."

          Having spent a decade learning about the music industry from the front of a stage, Lindsay Ell is more than ready for that step – however big or small. "Playing live, honing my craft and developing as performer before taking my first serious try at being a recording artist and getting radio airplay gives me a foundation a lot of artists just don't get. I've had the cords fail, the monitors shut down and mics die. I've seen all kinds of crowds ... and no crowd at all. I feel ready as a singer and a musician. I have confidence as a performer. I've been writing for years and, since moving to Nashville, have found how best to communicate who I am. I'm comfortable in a conference room with six people or onstage opening for Keith Urban in front of thousands. It's really not that different. Both are exciting and a little humbling. Either way, I'm ready to go."

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            Mike Gardner

            Saturday, August 20

            8PM

            Comedy Night!

            Mike Gardner is a rising young star on the comedy circuit! Gardner just released his second DVD Special “Better Than a Real Job”.  His edgy autobiographical humor will take you on a roller coaster ride of subjects from his Redneck Mother and growing up with 6-sisters… to his celebrity run-ins during his previous life as a prestigious country club golf pro. You’ve seen him on MTV, FOX, WGN, and you’ve heard him on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show, and Sirius XM Radio. Mike Gardner’s claim to fame came when he once gave Hootie (from the Blowfish) an HJ in a Denny’s parking lot in Lubbock, TX for gas money and an autograph.

            Tickets $5/$10 Day Of.

            Must be 21 to attend.

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              Maddie & Tae + Clare Dunn with Drew Baldridge

              Friday, September 2

              7PM

              EARLY BIRD SPECIAL TICKET DISCOUNT AVAILABLE!

              Maddie & Tae + Clare Dunn with Drew Baldridge! A Country Music Duo of the Year with over four Country Music Awards in the last two years!

              Schmitt Island Summer Outdoor Concert Series

              Get your EARLY BIRD SPECIAL TICKET DISCOUNT by August 26 - Tickets only $20 & $40!
              VIP Reserved Seating Tickets will be available for $45 - VIP tickets include exclusive stage front access, reserved seating, VIP lanyard, one free beer and a Mystique Rocks the River koozie! $50 day of event. General Admission tickets will be available for $25. $30 day of event.

              Open To All Ages!

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                Warrant + RATT with Badlands House Band

                Saturday, September 3

                7PM

                EARLY BIRD SPECIAL TICKET DISCOUNT AVAILABLE!

                Warrant + RATT with Badlands House Band! Multiple Rock and Roll Hair Bands with over 10 Platinum and Gold Albums playing 80's & 90's music!

                Schmitt Island Summer Outdoor Concert Series

                Get your EARLY BIRD SPECIAL TICKET DISCOUNT by August 27 - Tickets only $20 & $40!
                VIP Reserved Seating Tickets will be available for $45 - VIP tickets include exclusive stage front access, reserved seating, VIP lanyard, one free beer and a Mystique Rocks the River koozie! $50 day of event. General Admission tickets will be available for $25. $30 day of event.

                Open To All Ages!

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                  Head East

                  Saturday, September 17

                  8PM

                  Head East with Lexi Parr

                  Head East with Lexi Parr. Standing room only. Tickets $18/$23 day of.

                  Must be 21 to attend.

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                    Mike Tramp

                    Friday, September 16

                    8PM

                    The Voice of White Lion!

                    Standing room only. Tickets $7/$12 day of.

                    Must be 21 to attend.

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                      Battery - Metallica Tribute

                      Friday, September 23

                      8PM

                      Free Show!

                      Metallica Tribute Band!

                      Must be 21 to attend.

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                        David Nail

                        Friday, October 28

                        8PM

                        David Nail!

                        MCA Nashville and Grammy-nominated recording artist David Nail, considered to have one of the most distinct and powerful voices in country music today, released his third album, I’m A Fire, to massive acclaim. I’m A Fire landed on many BEST OF lists including Rolling Stone Country, NPR, iTunes and Billboard. And the album’s first single, “Whatever She’s Got,” was a No. 1 certified PLATINUM hit and was named one of the Top 3 country songs of 2014 by Billboard. Nail has been in the studio working on his new album, Fighter. His current single “Nights On Fire,” from the upcoming new album, Fighter, is currently climbing the country singles charts.
                         
                        The Missouri native' first No. 1 hit, “Let It Rain” (featuring Sarah Buxton), from his second album The Sound of a Million Dreams, was nominated for ACM Vocal Event of the Year in 2013 and for Breakthrough Video of the Year at the 2014 CMT Video Music Awards.
                         
                        No stranger to the road, Nail’s own headlining tour I’M A FIRE TOUR was named one of the Must See Concert Tours by Rolling Stone Country. He has toured with Taylor Swift, Darius Rucker, Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, Sugarland, Gavin DeGraw and Kenny Chesney. For all tour dates go to http://www.davidnail.com
                         

                        Friday, October 28 starting at 8PM! Doors open at 7:30. Standing room only.

                        Tickets $29/$34 day of. $35 early entry at 7PM!

                        Must be 21 to attend.

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